THE SHARBOT LAKE COUNTRY INN & THE CROSSING PUB
The Sharbot Lake Country Inn & The Crossing Pub was built over 100 years ago in The County of Frontenac. The original structure was constructed in 1906 by Doctor H. Coutlee, an expert in Medicine and Master of Surgery. Doctor Coutlee’s plans were to establish his first medical office in Sharbot Lake, open a medical center, as well as a clinic.
Even today, after all the name changes, renovations, additions and owners, the original building still remains more or less as it was when it was originally built. The pub’s name, The Crossing, is both a reference to Sharbot Lake’s history as a railroad town, as well as the towns Stephenville and Stephenville Crossing in Newfoundland, Canada.
Located in the heart of the Land of a Thousand Lakes, we are your home away from home. Come join us for great food, live music, fun and a restful stay.
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COVID-19 Service changes
We are open with limited service, access to the building is closed to the public.
- Takeout service is available on Wednesdays and Fridays.
- Room rentals continue to be available.
- Show Nights are postponed at this time.
To ensure the safety of our customers and our staff, we ask that you respect physical distancing, wear a mask, and refrain from visiting if you feel ill. Please note that face coverings are now mandatory in Kingston, Frontenac, Lennox and Addington areas.